The May long weekend is a great time to travel and visit friends and family.
The month of May marks the start of the Buy BC: Eat Drink Local dining campaign.
More than 2,300 British Columbians responded with their ideas on how the Province can support the Agricultural Land Commission preserve farmland and encourage farming.
It’s good news for the honey bees and beekeepers of British Columbia, with the addition of two new bee inspectors hired to join the Province’s apiculture inspection team.
The Government of British Columbia has underscored its commitment to work with Indigenous peoples in the spirit of respect and collaboration by introducing a set of draft principles designed to guide the daily work of provincial government employees. Don Wright, head of the BC Public Service shared the draft principles with all 27,000 public service employees on Tuesday, May 22, 2018.
Farmers and food processors in British Columbia will have $14 million in federal and provincial government support over the next five years, to help them develop new products and processes that will support food production in B.C.
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